Undergraduate Chicano Studies
2015 Fall Term
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INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO STUDIES (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 150
Identifies and interprets internal and external cultural experiences converging to form the present day Chicano.
CONTEMPORARY CHICANO LITERATURE (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 201
Analyzes contemporary Chicano drama, fiction, and poetry within their cultural and historical context: examined from a traditional formalist approach and as a human expression. (Also offered as ENGLISH 201)
HISTORY IN THE US: 19TH CENTURY ROOTS & 20TH CENTURY DEVELOPMENT (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 310
Interprets historical events of the U.S. and their impact on the Chicano emphasizing 19th century roots and 20th century development. Takes an in depth look at implications of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and 20th century Mexican Immigration.